Memoirs and History of Capt. Alexander's Baltimore Battery of Light Artillery, U. Baltimore: (Loch Raven, Maryland): Press of the Maryland School for Boys, 1912.Octavo (8.75" x 6.25"),  &  - 232 pages plus frontis & 10 plates. Original green cloth letered in gilt on the spine. Dornbusch/ Military Bibliography of the Civil War II: 486. Condition: Brief wear including slight fraying at spine extremities & corners, hinge cracked at the Dedication page (still secure), light foxing mostly at or adjacent to plates, otherwise Very Good. The author served in Alexander's Battery, was captured & imprisoned at Libby in Richmond, Virginia, & later taught at the Maryland School for Boys, a storied reform school. "Telling the story of what they saw and experienced in the Great Civil War for the Union, " from the Dedication page. We pack carefully using appropriate protective materials.
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